"I bought this car just for a temporary car until I found a better one, I considered it a a dull, boring old school 1999, same dash since the 70's, I wanted a cool hip non domestic vehicle like a used BMW, Infinity, Nissan, Mazda, whatever... After awhile I started getting used to it, it rides smooth and at 200hp, fast enough. Soon the thing grew on me and I was impressed with the comfortable ride and reliability. I expected an American car to feel cheap and be unreliable, I've been driving foreign cars since the 80's. This Buick changed my mind and I'm going to keep it as long as I can, I recommend to anyone..."
Cons: "Roof & trunk lid dump exterior condensation into vehicle"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I love my '93 LeSabre so much I paid $2200 to repair it rather than replace it. 216k miles and still going strong. Five years together after purchasing from the original owner who sold it to me cheaper than he probably should have. People may call it a dinosaur or jalopy or hooptie or granny mobile or rust bucket but let me repeat I LOVE MY LESABRE ❤️"
Pros: "nice interior, comfortable for tall people"
Cons: "inadequate brakes"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 6
"nice well built reliable car with roomy interior, nice leather seats in the Limited model.
Unfortunately I just crashed this fine unit with airbags deployed and heavy front damage. I feel the brakes (frond disc/rear drum) are inadequate for this heavy car."
Cons: "No standard cupholders and rusting is common."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"I purchased this car in April of 2015. It was my first car. Naturally, I loved it. There's nothing not to like about the early 90s Buick LeSabres. They're reliable GM quality, they're comfortable, powerful, yet, fuel efficient. When properly maintained, they last just as long as any foreign vehicle. These cars commonly make it to 300k miles. I drove this car 9k miles within a few months. The owner previously did not take care of this vehicle. As a result, the transmission died. The fluids were not properly changed. You do need to look for the sub-frame rust. It is common among these northern LeSabres. You have to drive one to understand where I am coming from."
"I am the second owner of this car, and it has driven like a top! The only thing I really didn't like is the color, which is a personal thing for anyone, and the fact that the interior of the car, the cloth around the back and top, has been falling down for quite some time."